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Umbraco has established itself as one of the dominant forces in the world of content management systems. Moore-Wilson has gained extensive experience building sites in Umbraco since 2011.

Open source

As an open source .NET CMS and development framework, Umbraco does not incur a licence fee. This means you are not tied to a single agency or developer in the future and that the code can be understood and amended by anyone with the relevant knowledge, including internal staff.


One of the great advantages of Umbraco is its flexibility and its numerous add-on modules allow for great customisation and development to match your website’s requirements.

Fast development

The flexibility of Umbraco means that development is fast and very efficient. The ability to develop quickly and robustly is reflected in the base cost of the development. The stability of the core installation means that more time can be spent on making your website a unique and effective product.

Microsoft Windows Compatible

Umbraco is fully compatible with Microsoft Word and Microsoft LiveWriter. This allows you to create web content directly in these products and makes updating your website simple and fast.

CRM integration

Umbraco has the ability to integrate with almost any existing system. The CMS has a number of modules and a powerful API that allows for fully customisable integration with a wide variety of CRM's and other third-party systems, including Microsoft Dynamics, SharePoint and

Strong development community

Passionate, knowledgeable and friendly, the worldwide Umbraco community can be found at ‘’, where they host tutorials, forums and collaborative projects. This approach ensures that the CMS is constantly improving and always at the forefront of cutting-edge web technologies.


The core CMS is very secure and regular security updates are issued to ensure that your website and data is kept safe.

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Trusted by major brands

The Umbraco CMS is the choice of a number of major international brands including Heinz, Wired, SanDisk, Warner Brothers, Peugeot and Tesco.